ne year ago,
Kristin Swartzlander found herself at a turning point.
The 28-year-old motorsports marketing consultant
was happily married and running a successful business, but constant fatigue and frequent migraines
made it difficult for her to enjoy life. She thought she
was taking care of herself, but it was evident that
something needed to change. “I should have been
feeling the best I’d ever felt,” she says. “And I wasn’t.”
Looking for what she called “an aerial view” of her
health, Kristin sought the help of Marissa Vicario, a
certified wellness coach.
Little known as recently as a decade ago, wellness coaches are now increasingly in demand.
Margaret Moore, CEO of Wellcoaches, characterizes
Want to get ;t, eat better or streamline a busy life?
A coach may be just what you need.
BY ALICE BRADLEY ILLUSTRATIONS BY JAMES STEINBERG
The Path to